Shop for Vintage Furniture in Washington D.C.

Buying new furniture and balancing cost with desire can be a difficult task in any city, but in the beautiful and thriving Washington DC, it can seem even more daunting. If you’ve just moved to the capital of the USA, you likely want the inside of your new home to feel similar to the gorgeous architecture and unique aesthetic visible outside of your window.

Fortunately, there’s plenty of vintage furniture in DC to be had. Filled with unique neighborhoods and one-of-a-kind antique shops to match, there’s no shortage of antique furniture in Washington DC that comes at a reasonable cost.

If you’re looking to fill your new apartment, here are the spots you need to check out:

Modern Mobler

Located on Georgia Avenue in the Takoma neighborhood, Modern Mobler sells Danish and American pieces from the 1950s to the 1970s. While they also sell modern furniture, they also have furniture over 60 years old in excellent condition.

Whether you’re searching for the perfect cherry wood armoire or a beautiful and intricate dining room chair, Modern Mobler can offer you the best piece for a reasonable price. They proudly boast the biggest collection of American, Danish and European furniture on the East Coast, meaning you have no shortage of options when looking for vintage furniture in Washington, DC.


In the heart of the U Street Corridor, Goodwood is one of the most cherished vintage furniture stores in DC. Approaching its 22nd birthday, this beloved U Street antique shop is a great place for professional millennials searching for the perfect pieces for their traditional-themed house or apartment.

They offer everything, from large antique rugs to intricate floor lamps that will really make the main space in your apartment pop. They also cater to young professionals, offering vintage women’s clothing and more.

Make a trip to U Street and check out their offerings.

Miss Pixie’s

If you love funky vintage home décor, then Miss Pixie’s is the furniture boutique for you! They have unique pieces ranging from original artwork and glassware to gems such as a vintage 1940s brass bar cart.

With truckloads of new items arriving every Thursday and Friday, you’ll love this furniture shop at 1626 14th St NW, just a 6-minute walk from The Harper apartments—so it’ll be easy to get your furniture back to your new home.

Mom n Pop Antiques

Mom n Pop Antiques doesn’t have a website, but that’s all the better for finding gems that have never been seen before. Located in the heart of the city, it has an array of items and is the perfect place to shop for vintage furniture in DC, or a great place to find some unusual accessories to truly bring your home to life.

If you live at The Park Monroe apartments, you’ll be less than a 20-minute scenic walk from this place.

Random Harvest

Random Harvest takes a lot of pride in what they sell. From handmade accessories to furniture pieces that are quite literally one of a kind, you can’t go wrong here if you want to make sure your home looks like no other.

Mostly everything is in stock and available immediately, and they also offer delivery—so if you’re nearby, say, at The Hamilton House apartments, they don’t have to go far.

Cote Jardin Antiques

Cote Jardin sells antique furniture in Washington DC that’s from the past and one of a kind, often brought in by other people. They specialize in 18th and 19th century antiques from France and beyond, making sure you can add a European touch to your home if that’s your thing. Not only that, but they have a base in France so they can get antiques right from the source. They’ve also opened up other stores across the U.S., which only speaks to their success in DC.

Furthermore, Cote Jardin Antiques is less than a half hour walk from Dupont Circle, putting it right in range of apartments such as The Hamilton House apartments and The Preston apartments.

Shop for the Best Vintage Furniture in DC Today

Shopping For Vintage Furniture in Washington DC

Washington DC might be the best place to go for young professionals and people just starting out in the world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have the best of both worlds with some amazing vintage furniture. Sometimes there’s nothing like sprucing your apartment up with some vintage, one-of-a-kind pieces that are sure to be a conversation starter for visitors.

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